The last two images were especially cute;
the meerkat looks most business-like as it strides across the field
The far concertina gate is too difficult for me to handle, so Grant always deals with it. As he was closing the gate, I watched as three children set off from their hut at the top of a small hill and subsequently sped down past the car.
The expressions on these children's faces are interesting; the girl looks towards me as I take the photo (so typically female); the older boy is concentrating on getting up speed down the hill; the boy behind him has his eyes glued to the toy motorbike as it's hopefully his turn next
A caterpillar moving across the driveway last week
This butterfly has nothing to do with the caterpillar above; I took this photo on a hike two weeks ago
I always envy blogger friend, Eileen who posts beautiful butterfly images. I was thrilled to capture this beauty on that hike
After the Polar Bear Challenge last week, Grant and I joined Steve and Estelle (and darling old Muthi) at their home. We watched the South Africa vs French rugby test match and enjoyed a few snacks together. It's never a late visit and by 7.25 pm we said goodbye and set off for home. At the gate to the property, we were thrilled to see a buck (deer) grazing on the lawn. Once again, I had to take the photos through the windscreen so please excuse the quality.
A deer grazing on the lawn near Steve and Estelle's home
I'm linking to Saturday Critters with Eileen here
HAPPY SATURDAY TO YOU ALL!